Scholarship recipients thank donors, in person, for their help

May 22, 2018

Peter Rock is among scores of students whose tuition costs have been reduced thanks to donors and among the scholarship recipients and scholarship donors who recently shared lunch and conversation.


English faculty at CU Boulder, elsewhere, eye curricular change

May 4, 2018

The Department of English at CU Boulder is exploring ways to improve students’ learning experiences and encourage future enrollment by studying other universities’ efforts.


Scholar recognized for math-education excellence

April 27, 2018

Eric Stade is the newest recipient of the American Mathematical Society’s Award for Impact in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics.


Wave of good will and art helps heal flood-ravaged Jamestown

April 20, 2018

Artists, engineers, designers, chefs, elementary school students and teachers do not often work together. But Martha Russo, art instructor at the University of Colorado Boulder, has found a way to get all sorts of people involved in a public art project centered on building a picnic table.


Workshop to explore poetic translations of Buddhist texts

April 12, 2018

Scholars and translators of Buddhist texts in the Tibetan language will meet at the University of Colorado Boulder next fall to discuss strategies to convey not only the literal meaning but also the literary flourishes of texts they translate into English.


People with social anxiety disorder take criticism especially hard, study finds

March 12, 2018

People who have social anxiety disorder are more likely to internalize criticism than those who do not, research from CU Boulder suggests.


Beth Osnes is turning cities a little green all over the world

Feb. 9, 2018

On all seven continents, people are popping up covered head-to-toe in green. They're doing so at the behest of CU Boulder Associate Professor Beth Osnes


Nature of truth is subject of former Episcopal bishop's talk

Jan. 29, 2018

Katharine Jefferts Schori will speak on “The Measure, Dimension, and Intersectionality of Truth” on Thursday, Feb. 1, at 5:30 p.m. in Hale Science 270 on campus.